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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

FRIDAY, MARCH 28, 1930

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ELECTR-ICAL THEORY(
Famous Physicist Presents Two
Static Solutions of His
Field Equations.
PROOF MATHEMATICAL
Cases of Electrically-Charged
Fields and Uncharged Massj
Particles Involved.

(By Associated Press)
BERLIN. March 27-Prof. Albert
Einstein has presented to the 'Prus-
slan. Academy of Sciences anew
paper he has written with Dr. W.
Mayer on two strictly static so-
lutions of the field equations of his
uniform field theory. It connects
gravitation and electricity.
These solutions were described
as follows: These field equations
can be rigorously solved in two
cases. The first case is that of a
spherically symmetrical field in.
space-for example, the external
field of an electrically - charged
sphere of fixed mass. The other
case is that of the static field of
any number of uncharged mass
particles at rest with respect to one
another.
(By Associated Press)
CAMBRIDGE, Mass., March 27 -
Einstein's first practical proof of
some . mysterious connection be-'
tween gravitation and electricity is
announced in his new paper.
His discovery of mathematical
equations which, he said, proved
that gravitation and electricity are
related created a world sensation
about a year ago. One of the great
goals of science is to learn the con-
nection between these two universal!
forces. Along with light, they af-
fect every moment of human life.
Einstein's first announcement
did not attempt to say what the
relation is, but only that its exist-
ence is demonstrated in mathemat-
ical formulas, which he called field
equations. These equations, how-
ever, failed to~work altogether sat-
isfactorily and their accuracy was
challenged. Einstein modified
them, seeking to eliminate weak
spots. The Berlin dispatch indi-
cates success.
Dr. M. S. Vallarta, assistant pro-
fessor of physics at Massachusetts
Institute of Technology, today ex-
plained the importance of the Ber-
lin announcement.
"It means," he said, "that Dr..
Einstein has found from his latest
equations both the laws of gravity
and the laws of ,electricity. The
same equation gives both of these
laws correctly. This at least is the
conclusion to be drawn from the
brief description.
"By giving correctly both gravi-
tational and electrical laws the
equations seem to verify the exist-
ence of a connection between the
two fundamental forces. This is
the first time that a mathematical
solution has worked. It is very im-
portant," he said.
Prof. Badger Will Go
to Research Meetmg
Prof. W. L. Badger of the chemi-
cal engineering department, will'at-
tend the annual meeting of the
chemical and chemical engineering
division of the National Research
council which will be held ini Wash-
Ington, D. C., April 4. The purpose
of the meeting will be to form a
program of work to be carried out
this year.
OHIO WESLEYAN UNIVERSITY
-In a unique beauty contest, the
photographer for LeBijou will
award a prize to any student whose
selection of six Wesleyan beauties
coincides exactly with that of the
official judge.

t HE[M UN MtLbUNI
;>::A~:Fzl::.":. :..:.::... Durant Drake Speaks on 64od
".....'.<, ..,...: :.:.... ........._ .... < ... "...or..No..God'; TellsoGodDefinitDefontio
fo heTrr Go'
WILL TALK AGAIN TODAY
.......!."There has always been great
I ambigity vbou the term God,"
:w.:.: ' :>-::.' .f ._stated Prof. Drant Drake, proes- I
...:..sor of ph.il.osophy at Vassar col- 9
: lege, in a lecture yesteruay on
"God or No God," the second of a
.~.. series of three. "I haye -'volved a
definitioni which should cover the
qu litis of tie four difierent -
cepts of God-, nam ely the object of I
our highest loyalty, allogiance, love
and adration. that object being
supremely woi thy of our worship,"
"The first of the four types o
conceptions of God we have is that Associated Press Photo
of the personal God. This concep- .
tion has come down tous from the . .
Pressold tribes, who made an actual I W. L. Madienzie King
.,.:.?...person a God, and continued to Canadian Pregnu , who recently
The German liner Europa floats serenely in New York harbor af'ter brcaking the trans-Atlantic record worship him after his death. The announced that Canada is nega-
on her maiden voyage from Cherbourg to New York. S he made the crossing in 4 days, 17 h-onrs and 6 imm- Semitic God, Jehovah, was the first Itiating with the United States- for
utes, bettering the fast time set by her sister ship, th Bremen, by 18 minutes. Commodore Nicolaus Tohnson, of the monodeistic religious con- a treaty to suppress smuggling.
commander of the Europa, is pictured at the right. ceptions. He was the typical tire- Premier King hopes by this pact
______- --.- - - god, jealous and belligerent. How- to eliminate many of the existing
Inolitos ~~''' i 1 AI l IP Pflf A I IIDartmouth Student over, the coxncetion changed dur-- abuses of thie Ontario system of'
of ~ AL~L~JLJI r ~ i i t ~ mg the centuries, and he became liquor contro.
ofModern Mvarriage to A1. Study Motorless ustieit dthprtt-
inciaesTwo[IE TE ~ ~ Flyng t ig father of the tribe. 'Ihis con- KENTUCKY TOWN
InldsToWies1 I T lCTD Fy at Unersotyas been handed down O OS IAD
___ MAT LLL ILU - Ireally know of the existence of a
(I socae esHanford L.Austen, member of Ipersonal god, and that belief is' re)
CLEVELAND, March 27-- Frank The Rt. Rev. James De W. Perry, the recently organized Dartmouth now wa ning, due to study of his- 1 mae rs)
Ipollito was much put out today at Bishop of Rhode Island, glider club, arrived in Ann Arbor torical documents and loss of be- IMURRAY, Ky.-Two years after
the law which upset the tranqu4l- Now Heads Church. yesterday afternoon to take a he ibhleends andt stiesc of he died-half starved and alone in I
lity of his menage just because it course in gliding, from the Univer- Gds the Aealthe bsilene of a rude hut - Kentucky's radio pio-
happened to be a little overpopu- SUCCEEDS ANDERSON sity Aeronautical Society. Austen, Ie iod i th greatsta osal to a. neer is to be honored by his home
lated. who will remain here a week, will Man wants him to speak out un- town.
Ipollito had surrounded himself: (By Associated Pre-ss) be given special training each aft- ambiguously . He was Nathan B. Stubblefield,
. wi.oerglrwie n okn CHICAGO, March 2.-The Rt. ernioon with the regular glider~ "The second kind of concep'tion wh n10 eosrtdta h
wife and e a srte hilden aknd Rev. James Dc Wolf Perry, bishop gup.Upon returning to Han- of God is the Pandeistic. That is woi 92dmntae htte
S.dof Rhode Island since 1911, is the over he will be made manager of merely another name for nature. human voice could be transmitted
considered that he had reached a Inew primate of the Protestant Epis- the new .Dartmouth gliding club Its worshippers can point to their without wires.
Shappy solution of modern home i copal Church in America. which plans to organize its traimg god. One of the roots of deism is Murray will dedicate a monu-
and economic problems: Elected by th house of Bishops course similar to the one given herea the personification of the powers
Between Ipollito and the em- Wednesday, the primate succeeds Work on the pilot training reportt a alle i le
ployed wife, there was a very com- the Rt. Rev. Charles F. Anderson, which is being compiled by the lo- of natre.iAsml eoterica circle senttd Stublesery ohsdath)
Chdadrstian believetatCitscnnieray hsdah
fortable income for the legal Mrs. isopof Chicago, who died Jan. cal section is nearly completed, and Ofs a personification of a moral IThe marker will stand on the site I
I t rai .will be ready for distribution ne s
: Ipollito'run the establishnt. 2 week. The report will outline t belief. of a wireless school now in ruins,
Mrs Tpheit'siwoshilrenandthe Ofthe134bisopseliibloto h
three of Mrs. Thereas Scilla, the I voe, 84ather4 inSt Jesb C methods of auto towing and shock "The third type of conception is she founded in 1908. On the same
auxiliary wife, called the two ted, and gaterd a five-ourmes - cord launching used by members of that of the Platonistic God, the grounds is a million dollar state
women mother indiscriminately. hidron Bish Pery as ne1on the club. Numerous outside re- b evolved by Plato and Aris- teachers college.
Ipollito told police each wom-an the snp ballot, remvd 60 guests have been received for this totle. He is not the god, not an cx- The eccentric genius, who reaped
was his wife, although he was mar- tseene m o ,rean wasr ngce A rpecr.ia blletin taini -isting being, but the essence of su- no financial benefit from his dis-
ned to only one. Mrs. Ipollito stay- St spn preme good, of perfection. That coveries, conducted his early ex-
ed at home during the day, too sary foi election, eveneen biShops formation relating to the organiza- conception is too abstract a one, periments in Murray, where he was
care of all the children, did th were nominated for the primacy tion and policy of the club is also too elusive,. to appeal to the pop- morn in 1800. With little training
hogsework and cooking. Mrs. lsn li-an honor equal to the Archbishop in the hands of the printer ular mind. above elementary schools, his elec-
worked. The whole family 1cih of Canterbury in England. rThe fourth type is the human- trical knowledge was gained from
ed to- I The descendant of an old New UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOISFU- istic conception of God. It believes reading and experinents.
gether Band appaentdylived hp- E nd family, Bishop Perry ws ture editors and managers of tihe in a transcendant God, but more-
lo de r i a born Oct. 3, 171 in Germantown, . rIlrio," University yearbook, will be righteous, more omnipotent than
their home broken up. ., where his father, the late Rev. 'seniors instead of juniors, the coun- fthe Platonistis God. Their God is
The scheme worked very well for 1James de Wolf Perry, was rector of oil of ad~ministration decreed. For- Idependent upon our effort, our .-
12 years, and might have workedt Calvary Episcopal Church, merly published by the junior class, Ihelp. He is the indwelling idealismIAfl EI T
just as smoothly another 12 had not After receivmng his bachelor of the annual will e the work of of humanity.
the police became curious. There Iarts degree from the University members of the graduating class "The question," concluded Pro-
was some questioning. The children of Pennsylvania in 1891, young beginning with the staff elections fessor Drake, "is not whetheHT we
went to the detention home, Ipol- Perry entered the Episcopal Theo~ of May, 1931. The change will have can believe in the orthodox con-
lito was charged with contributing logical Seminary at Cambride, no bearina on the election this ception of God, but whether there i
to the delinquency of Mrs. Ipollito's Mass. He was graduated in 1895, May; hence, the class of 1931 will is, in any of the definitions, one
children and Mrs. Scilla was charg_ with the degree of D. D., and was publish two yearbooks. which we can accept as orthodox." The Choicest of
ed with contributing to the depen- ordained a year later.
dency of her children. In 1911, he was consecrated -r- so k f np w i1 d n a t t
Iollito was inignant as rt bishop of Rhode Island--an officeT i

FIRST CITY ZONING
MEET OPENS HERE
rhirty Officials From Michigan
Towns Attend Conference
on City Planning.

WELCOMED BY STAEBLBR
More than 30 officials from Mich-
igan municipalities were registered
at the first meeting of city plan-
ning and zoning offIcials of the
state. The conference opened yes-
terday noon at the Union with an
address of welcome delivered by
Mayor Edward W. Staebler of Ann
Arbor.
Following the luncheon, short re-
ports on the progress of city plan-
Sning and zoning were given by
delegates from Saginaw, Pontia,
Kalamazoo, Grand Rapids, Lansing,
Detroit, Bloomfield Hills, Dearborn,
Birmingham, and several other
cities. The discussion was led by
Harold D. Smith, director of the
Michigan Municipal League Sev-
eral longer speeches were given
throughout the afternoon includ-
ing one by Tracy B. Augur, of the
firm of T. Glenn Phillips and Assa-
ciates of Detroit. Prof. Henry E.
Riggs of the civil engineering de-
partment, spoke on "Grade Sepa-
ration and the City Plan." The af-
ternoon meeting was concluded
with a speech by Talbert Abrams
of the Abrams Aerial Survey cor-
poration of Lansing, on "The Use
of the Aerial Survey in City Plan-
ning."
Flavel Shurtleff, secretary of the
national conference on city plan-
ning of New York City, addressed
the evening meeting with 'a talk
qn "Selling' City Planning to the
Public." Mr. Shurtleff was follow-
ed by Prof. Aubrey Tealdi of the
landscape design department and
director of the Nichols Arboretum,
who addressed the delegates on
"The Aspects of City Planning
Abroad."
The conference, which will ad-
journ after the luncheon meeting
today, will hear a round table dis-
cussion of city zoning, led by Jacob
L. Crane of Chicago. The round
table group will meet for discus-
sion at breakfast. Two speeches
are scheduled before the closing
luncheon. Walter H. Blucher, sec-
retary of the City Plan commission
of Detroit will speak on "City
Planning Legislation," and Mr.
Smith will discuss the "Work of a
City Planning Conference."
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